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Programming Languages

Programming Languages Cema has used:

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2018
Pascal
Fortran
PL/I
Assembly
C
Turbo Pascal
C++
Bourne Shell
Java
Perl
Javascript
VisualBasic
XSLT
C#
bash
Clojure
PHP
1981–
First language. Learned by book. Later used in a variety of academic applications, but not too much.
1981–1989
Mostly in the academic environment (high school, college).
1982–1984
Learned in high school, had a bit of practice, that's all.
1985–
Studied IBM/360 assembler in college. Learned some x86 assembly later.
1986–
Learned it while in college, but started extensively using it only after graduation (1991).
1988–1991
School, internship.
1991–
Mostly used in the 1990s.
1992–2003
1996–
Occasional user. Standard edition as well as mobile (J2ME).
1998–
2002–
Actively using both in commercial and hobby projects.
2004–
Had to use in a commercial environment when joined a project written in VisualBasic. Now mostly rewritten in C#.NET
2004–
They could just have used a lisp dialect. But no.
2006–
Main language at work now.
2007–
Used other shells (sh, tcsh) since 1992.
2009–
Has to use in a hobby project. Avoiding if possible. Too prevalent on hosting sites to avoid completely.
2009–
Learned about at a Lisp conference. Learning it now (2010).
Used it very little in college and helping friends. Do not remember the dates.
First was learning it in high school on my own by books. Then was learning it in college for an AI class, again from books and manuals. Now studying Clojure.
High school only, as I recall.